PCOA Presents:

'Are you ready to begin your Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) journey?'

Tuesday 23rd April 2024 - 1:30pm AEST


This webinar will support you in gaining practical insights and strategies as we uncover the critical steps to creating an effective RAP. Discover how to foster meaningful relationships with First Nations business and communities, promote diversity and inclusion, and contribute to positive social impact.

Whether you’re an individual, organisation, or business, this webinar will empower you to take real steps towards reconciliation and contribute to a more inclusive and equitable society.

During this webinar you will gain:

  • Practical insights into creating an impactful Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP)
  • Strategies for fostering meaningful relationships with First Nations businesses and communities, promoting diversity, and facilitating inclusion within the event space and beyond.
  • Guidance on how to contribute to positive social impact through event planning and marketing efforts, aligning with reconciliation goals.
  • Empowerment to take tangible steps towards reconciliation and fostering a more inclusive society and environment in business initiatives.

Rebecca Wessels

Rebecca Wessels is the founder and CEO of Ochre Dawn Pty Ltd a specialist marketing and branding business. With years of experience in community services and youth work,
combined with skills obtained from over a decade working in corporate IT, Rebecca’s unique skill set and background offers a great foundation for creative solutions for clients’ needs.

A descendent of the Stolen Generations from Ngarrindjeri and Peramangk peoples, as well as the City of Salisbury founder, John Harvey, Rebecca is passionate about South Australia, First Nations’ community, storytelling and creative business practices.

Rebecca brings the preservation of language and culture to the forefront of innovative business practices by advocating for respect for ethnicity, diversity and multiculturalism.
Rebecca’s background in working closely with First Nations, new Australians (former refugees) and international students has inspired her to engage the business community in a way that acknowledges and values the contributions of these groups.

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Webinar registration is complimentary to PCOA members and business partners.

A small fee of $30.00 per attendee applies to all non-members.

Everyone who registers will receive a link to view the recording following the webinar.

Thanks for your registration.